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Offline Rosphere

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« on: January 25, 2008, 03:54:56 AM »
Yes, I realize that this is old news; over 75 years old to be exact.  However, I did a search here and found no mention of, 'radiogens,' and I had no idea where else to post this article.  Michael Tsarion mentioned this in one of his Google videos.  I found it interesting and decided to share.


Dec. 5, 1932

Onions radiate electromagnetic waves. Eyes, fingers, blood emit rays which kill cells. As living things die, they produce "necrobiotic rays." All this several investigators have demonstrated, and from their demonstrations drawn a theory that all living matter radiates energy (TIME, July 4, et ante). But how does this go on? Cleveland's ingenious Surgeon George Washington Crile, who long has been studying the electronics of living things, last week offered his theory to the Central Association of Science & Mathematics Teachers meeting in Cleveland.

Every bit of protoplasm is loaded with multitudes of "hot points" or "radiogens" which produce the rays, according to him. Temperature of those points must be between 3,000? and 6,000? C. "If one could look into protoplasm with an eye capable of infinite magnification," he elaborated, "one might expect to see the radiogens spaced like stars, as suns in infinite miniature." The "interstellar" spaces absorb the intense heat of his radiogens, he reasons. The nucleus of his theoretic radiogen "would theoretically be a molecule of iron." Dr. Maria Takles, a Crile associate, figures four billion radiogens in a cubic centimetre of muscle.

The great importance of radiogens in Dr. Crile's mind is that, if they really exist, they may explain how plants add oxygen & hydrogen to carbon dioxide to make sugar, how animals add oxygen to sugar to form carbon dioxide?chemical reactions which require access of considerable energy.

The link below is the video where this idea is mentioned.  (It is just after the 2:24:00 time stamp.)

Below are some images from this section of the video:

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« on: January 25, 2008, 03:54:56 AM »

Offline jeanna

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Re: Radiogens
« Reply #1 on: January 25, 2008, 04:41:58 AM »
Thanks for that